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Do home remedies work for sports injuries?
27 Jan' 21

Do home remedies work for sports injuries?

 

 To treat a sports injury, try several home remedies. 

 
If you enjoy sports, you are probably well aware of the dangers of sports injuries. It's something practically everyone who engages in some form of physical activity has gone through at some point. Sprains, knee injuries, inflamed muscles, back pain, and other sports injuries are the most prevalent. The majority of individuals use pills to treat them, however there are several excellent home treatments you can try. They're fantastic and have no negative side effects. 
Here are Five home cures for various sports injuries that you can try at home.
 
 
Castor oil 
This potent oil can aid in the relief of pain and the healing of injuries. It even aids in the reduction of pain. Massage your swollen area with a spoonful of warm castor oil. To protect your clothes from staining, cover the area with a little piece of cloth. Allow for 20-30 minutes for the oil to seep entirely into your skin.
 
Petroleum jelly 
 
Petroleum jelly is a great component for preventing blister formation (or rupture it). To reduce friction on the surrounding tissues, dab a small amount of petroleum jelly on the blister. The clear jelly relieves pain and swelling in the wounded area while also hastening the healing process.
 
Turmeric 
Turmeric contains anti-inflammatory effects and has been used to treat a variety of injuries for a long time. It reduces edoema and provides muscle pain alleviation. Simply mix 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder into a glass of hot milk twice a day to reap the benefits. Turmeric powder and ghee can also be combined to produce a paste. Apply the mixture to your injury and cover it with a bandage. Make sure your bandage is changed twice a day.
 
Ginger 
Ginger, too, has anti-inflammatory effects. It has the potential to hasten the healing process. You can incorporate ginger into your diet or drink ginger tea. A ginger bath is another option. Simply add a couple of tablespoons of ginger juice to your bathing water. If you have sensitive skin, be aware that both raw and dry ginger can irritate your skin.
 
Mustard oil 
Swelling, stiffness, and soreness are common side effects of muscle stretching. The hurting sensation can make moving even more difficult. Muscle soreness can be relieved with mustard oil. Apply a generous amount of heated mustard oil to the hurting area and massage it in for fifteen minutes. The oil will help to reduce swelling and soreness.
 

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